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Leech Lake Brewing Company

We’re excited to announce another brewery project in Minnesota… Leech Lake Brewing Company. Greg, the company’s founder currently has a contractor hard at work improving and adding on to a building he purchased in Walker, MN. The plan is to start with a 3 BBL brewhouse purchased from a brewery in Mexico, he plans to brew multiple times per week to make up for the small size. Greg plans to  plan to keg and bottle his beer in bombers, and will sell growlers from a tap room. More information will be available here as things come together. Cheers! With any luck, I’ll pay Greg a visit this summer and report back!


  1. Ben says:

    I’d checked out the website a while back and wondered what the status was. Nice to hear they’re moving forward.

  2. Aaron says:

    This is great news, look forward to checking them out on vacation this summer!

  3. Greg says:

    We’re opening our tap room this Fri./Sat. (Sept. 10th/11th) from 10 AM until 8 PM and will be pouring our first two beers (samples and growlers)… Loch Leech Monster Scottish Ale and Blindside Pale Ale. We may have an early preview of our Minobii ESB. If we tap it, expect a young beer without much carbonation, because it will only have been a few days since kegging. If you’re in the Walker area, please stop by. You’ll find a map to our location on our website. Cheers!

  4. l.desoto says:

    please send info on your company

  5. Scott says:

    A bit dated here, but wanted to give out some props to the Leech Lake Brewing operation. We ordered a pitcher of Minobii at a pizza restaurant in Walker, MN a few weeks ago. Really great tasting ESB that had awesome hop flavor and aroma. Also it was very smooth for it’s relatively strong ABV. I will be ordering again soon. ESB’s are near the tops on my list, just so balanced.

    We stopped by their Tap Room hours this past Saturday when we were in the area to visit our cabin. I didn’t know what to expect, but it was packed with visitors. Got some samples of Leech Loch Monster and Blindside pale ale. The Scottish ale was good, but we really loved the Blindside so we purchased a growler. I see it was just bottled the same day, so we’ll probably wait a couple of weeks before drinking. Went out for pizza again and ordered a pitcher of 47 Degrees North. We were very impressed with that IPA as well. My wife normally doesn’t enjoy all the hops of an IPA, but she liked this one.

    We enjoy homebrewing as a hobby at home, but you’re living out the dream with a real microbrewery. Great job guys, keep up the good work!

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